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Nalgan Pass Trek

Nalgan – Chitkul

Highlights

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Welcome to Nalgan Pass Trek Details (H.P.M.A)
Duration : 8 /14 Days DehraDun to Sangla Road Head
Best Season : May, June, September, October, November !
Level Easy : The trek experience Challenging Moderate
Trail of type : Trek Start to Base camp sankri/Dhaula camp. Dehradun is the beautiful city near rail head and base camp Sankri base camp altitude (6055ft trek start. Dhaula camp
Highest Points : (4600 Mt)
Trekking distance : (total) (57 km.) Sankri to Sankri
Weather : The Rupin Pass Trek night be cold day temperatures are pleasant during the season
Summer temperatures : Rupin Pass base Night (-2° C -7° C ( Day time +5° C to +15° C)
Location Chart : Drive -Dehradun, Mussorie, Nowgaon, Purola, Netwar, .Dhaula, Sewa, jiskon, Jakha Suruwas thach, Nalgan BC, Sangla (2800M) to Rani Kanda. Chitkul, Rani Kanda (3800m.) to Dumthi/ Sunthi, sumti and dumti, Gaundar, lamkhaga, kyarkoti, Harshil , uttarkashi
It is located in the northeastern part of uttarakhand starting from close to the Himachal border, heading east and then south
Started point : Pick up to you Dehradun, Railway Station (I.S.B.T)

Overview

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Getting to the base camp Himari Sankri

Take an overnight train to Dehradun from Delhi. New Delhi-Dehradun A/C special train from New Delhi station is the best option. The train reaches Dehradun at 5.40 am. If you Meet to our office member and drive to Sankri base camp Himari this is beautiful camp site near beautiful river , Rupin .Over night stay in tents !!

Description by (H.P.M.A) Best season to do Nalgan Pass - 15 May to 15 June & 15 September to Last October The trek starts from middle of May. It is not possible to do Nalgan in the first weeks of May as the snow is too high. First time trekkers to high altitude trekking must target June rather than May to do Nalgan. The best season in summer to do Nalgan pass is in June. Monsoon hits the Nalgan slope after first week of July.

It is not possible to do the Nalgan Pass trek in July, August and early September when the monsoon is vigorous and active. The views are closed. Incessant rain makes the trail slippery and unstable.

Post monsoon from the third week of September the Nalgan Pass trail comes alive. Flowers are abundant, the views clear and sharp. From the first week of October the slopes turn a lovely golden brown. It is possible to do the Nalgan Pass until the last week of October. The Nalgan Pass is usually devoid of snow post monsoon, though snow patches exists. Intermittent snow fall happen in bursts three or four times.

Description : It is quite remote, the route demanding, and at places strenuous but once you reach the lake its beauty mesmerises you. Even in June, the lake can be covered by a sheet of ice and its steep slopes covered by a dense blanket of snow. On the fringes of the lake, time stands still. Kanasar can be reached through a couple of routes but the closest access was the Panchodar valley, which lies to one side of the Nalgan valley. The lake, seen from afar, resembles a human foot and could easily measure up to a kilometre in length and about two to three hundred metres in width at midpoint. The lake itself is interesting as it has an archipelago, a couple of islands right in the middle. After staring from Sangla in Himachal, crossing the Nalgan Pass at 4200 M and after 8 days, you reach a top of the ridge at 4450 M and descend down to reach the lake.

Grade : Moderate to Strenuous Best
Month : June, September, October

Highlights : You get to see some excellent views of both Kinnaur in Himachal and the Garhwal side from Nalgan Pass. Kanasar lake itself beautiful and mesmerising. The campsites in the Nalgan valley are stunning. The Panchodar valley is stunning and pristine too while the Bijori campsite is filled with wild strawberries. The base camp of Nalgan and Kanasar Lake has some of the most pretty campsites.

Itinerary

Day 01 : Rout-(Via)Pick up to you from Dehradun, Mussorie, Nowgaon, Purola, Netwar Dhaula Village (1500 M.) over night stay in tents
Drive in from Dehradun, very early in the morning to beat traffic. Lunch at Nowgaon. Reach Netwar G.M.V.N Unite with Logistics' team start support from agency Catch hired vehicle to drive to Dhaula Reach Dhaula late in the evening Camp for the night Day 1 of Trek starts.

Day 02 : After breakfast from Dhaula Village to Godsngu (2000m.) Distance 10km. Route-(Via)Sewa (2000m.) over night stay in tents
Easy Day : Follow trail on true right of Rupin River. Go past at Sewa village and camp at Gosangu. From here one route goes across Rupin to kitwari and takes call on this direction depending on ground conditions.

Day 03 After breakfast from Gosangu (2000m.) to Jakha (2400m.) Distance 12km. Route-(Via) Jiskon village (2500M) over night stay in tents
Trail Follow on river side and then gradually up to reach Jiskon village perched at a height almost over confluence of rupin and Narayani Gaad. Proceed ahead till Jakha till the route crosses the Rupin and the retracing trail to Narayani Gaad confluence on the true right bank of Rupin. Camp the night.

Day 04 After breakfast from Jakha Bridge (2500m.) to Suriwas (3300m.) over night stay in tents.
Distance12km Route-(Via) Pandhar Village (3000 m.) Tough Day-River Crossings: After trekking to the confluence. Catch the True Right bank of Narayani Gaad. Proceed North-East till flat grounds of Suriwas in Gradually rising trail. Cross at least 4 tributary Nalas.Camp.

Day 05 : After breakfast from Suriwas (3300 m.) to Nalgan BC (4200 m.) Distance 6 km. over night stay in tents.
Break camp early to proceed beyond the major confluence up North. Keep to True right bank and catch the Spur due North leading to Nalgan pass. Climb the side to Base camp as ground levels out near the pass base.

Days 06 : Nalgan BC (4000 m.) to Sagle (3800m.) Distance 15 km (Via) Nalgan Pass (4450m.)-Rukti Gaad. Sangla Kanda (3500m.)
Pass Crossing. Rukti Gaad Crossing: Start early to cross pass by1100. Move down hill to Sangla Kanda. Have sncaks and photo session. Proceed straight to Sangla and camp.

Day 07 : After breakfast from Sangla (2800M) to Rani Kanda (3800 M) Distance 20Km (Drive)+12 Km (Via) Chitkult(3450 M) over night stay in tents
Easy Day: Spend the day arranging ration. Revictualising other supplies. Freshening up. Enquiry for jeep support beyond Chitkul. Permissions etc. Travel by Jeep for an hour to reach Chitkul. Trek the 12 Km till Rani Ka Kanda and camp on the true left of Baspa. After crossing bridge

Day 08 : After breakfast from Rani Kanda (3800 m.) {Spare Day} over night stay in tents

Day 09 : After breakfast from Rani Kanda (3800m.) to Dumthi/ Sunthi (4200 m.) 15 Km+/ 5Kms.) over night stay in tents
High altitude but very gradual trek by the Baspa riverside to reach the Dumthi or preferably Sunthi camp 10 Kms away.

Day 10 : After breakfast from Dumti/ Sunthi (4200 m.) to Gaundar (4500 m.) 10 Km+5 Kms.) over night stay in tents
Get to the confluence of Glacier coming from Lamkhaga Pass with main Baspa Glacier so that the rise to base camp is easier the next day.

Day 11 : After breakfast from Gaundar (4500 m.) to Lamkhaga BC (4900 m.) Distance 6km. (Via) over night stay in tents
Steadily rising trail takes through two platforms to the base area of the Pass. Highest camp this night. As close to the pass as possible.

Day 12 After breakfast from Lamkhaga BC (4900 m.) to Kiarkoti (3900m.) Distance 12km. (Via) Lamkhaga Pass (5280 m.) over night stay in tents
Pass Crossing: Cross pass early at about 0800 and get down to the Lamkhaga Glacier side Long walk downhill for about 12Kms to reach Kiarkoti. Glacier walk in steadily dropping altitude.

Day 13 : After breakfast from Kiarkoti (3900 m.) to Harshil (2600 m.) Distance 15 Km (Via) Gangnani.) over night stay in tents
Walk; in the last leg. put all stamina to test and attempt reaching harshil from kiarkoti abour 16 km walk downhill first on the true right and then on the true left of jalandhari gaad river. The bridge crosses over to the left bank at gangnani.

Day 14 : Harshil (2500m) to Dehradun (640m.) Distance175km.(Via)uttarakashi.) over night stay in tents
Start early from harshil at 7.00 hrs. Have lunch at uttarkashi. Catch own vehicle at uttarkashi after closing formalities with the logistics team. Reach Dehradun 8.00 hrs.

Package Cost

COSTS INCLUDES IN PACKAGE :

Accommodation in Sankri (Our Swargarohini Hotel) (www.hotelswargarohini.com)
Permits and Entrance fees.
Accommodation in tents on share basis during trekking.
All meals, Breakfast, Lunch, Pack Lunch,Day Pack, Tea, Coffee, Sneaks, Soup, Dinner, after dinner hot Chocolate, lemon tea. etc!
All camping gear including tents and sleeping mattress. Liner, Pillow, Kitchen, Dining and toilet tentGood Experience Hindi/ English guide, cooks and porters, mules.

COSTS EXCLUDE IN PACKAGE :
Personal Insurance.
Personal toiletry Items and Personal Medicine kit

NOTE:
50% advance payment confirms your booking.
We will transport all your belongings for you so that you only have to carry your day pack with camera, water bottle and jacket.
We serve three meals a day including snacks etc . We provide a variety of tasty healthy food including Indian, Chinese and Western meals with lots of vegetables and fruit.

 

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy:

It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. In the event of cancellation of trek/adventure activity services due to any avoidable/unavoidable reasons we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, andcancellation charges would be as follows

Up to 30 Days: - 90% of Trek/adventure program cost will be refund.
Between 21 – 30 Days: – 60% of Trek/Adventure/Tour/Travel/Hotel program cost will be refund.
Between 20 – 11 Days: – 30% of Trek/Adventure/Tour/Travel/Hotel program cost will be refunded.
Less than 10 Days: – No refund. – See more .www.harkidun.org

Participants must bring:

Backpack of 50 -60 ltrs and Daypack of 20 ltrs.
• persnol adventure Trekking equipments
• Sturdy hiking boots: preferably all leather upper as it provides better ankle support. If you do not own a pair yet, it is advisable that you buy one as soon as possible & wear it often so that they are well broken. This will help prevent blisters.
• Light weight tennis shoes/sandals: for wearing in camp.
• Wool socks: 3 pairs: preferably thick wool socks.
• Nylon socks: 3- Pairs, of the type you wear daily to be worm under the wool socks to prevent blister.
• Hiking shirt: 1 Preferably long sleeve
• Long John top: 2 also known as thermal underwear, preferably wool to be worm as first layer.
• Warm shirts & pants for camp : 2 each
• Rain cot 1 each
• Warm Jacket: 2
• Wool gloves: 1 pairs as thick as available in the market.
• Long John bottoms: Preferably wool to be worm as first layer.
• Under wear: 2-3 changes Hiking shorts/ pants: 1
• Sun hat: Cotton or nylon. Sun Glasses: Preferably with an anchor
• Sun Protection Lotion: optional Lip balm/chap stick: optional
• Water bottle: 2 Bottles of 1 Liter capacity (Pepsi bottles work well) please insure that they do not leak.
• Head lamp / flashlight: Preferably a headlamp as it leaves your hands free to work please bring extra batteries.
• Toilet articles: Tooth brush, tooth paste, etc.